As Christmas shopping season approaches, many young kids will wish for smartphones, and new research shows small children are spending more and more time glued to the screen.
Americans spend an average of 21 hours per week on their smartphones, but a new study reveals that this may have harmful effects.
The survey included more than 7,000 people in seven countries – the United States, Britain, Brazil, China, Spain, Mexico and India.
Cracked smartphone screens could soon be a thing of the past.
Gary Miliefsky - CEO of SnoopWall and founding member of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security - joined Bret Baier for an exclusive interview on The Daily Bret to discuss an alarming privacy breach posed by smartphone flashlight apps.
Ever get that feeling like someone's watching you? Well, if you use an Apple device or the Google Maps app, then it's possible that your every move is secretly being tracked and saved.
In this booming age of technology, children today are growing up in a very different world than their parents. But can smartphones and tablets actually be harmful to your child’s development?
How do you know if a smartphone app is legitimate? Thousands of people were duped by a Google Play app that was marketed as anti-virus software, but later found to be useless.
According to the White House, that right there could be the last selfie involving President Obama. After Red Sox slugger David Ortiz presented Obama with a commemorative No. 44 jersey in the team's visit to the White House last week, Ortiz took out his Samsung phone and snapped a picture of himself with the president.
A quarter of children ages two and under own a smartphone, according to a new study by ZACT. Furthermore, 25% of children ages 2-5 have a smartphone, while nearly 40% of children 6-9 own one.